SRHE Annual Research Conference – Helen Kirby-Hawkins discuss What time is good for you?

December 7, 2018, By Liz Priestley

The SRHE Annual Research Conference took place 5 – 7 December at Celtic Manor and Helen Kirby-Hawkins, our Business Consultant presented on her work on “What time is good for you? To what extent do student perceptions of their activities motive their attendance behaviour”. Helen’s works draws on a pilot study into student preferences around start times of teaching and breaks between activities. This research was based on cohort specific feedback and details emerging from the National Student Survey in 2016. The findings around the research support the theory that gap tolerances may vary based on the distance the student lives to campus.

Scientia, will be hosting a webinar in 2019 with Helen to discuss her theory and work.

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